EBT campaign #1-C

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe 2020 GLOBAL EBT REVIEW Dear business relation, we need your help! Evidence Based Training (EBT), a form of Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA), is a training concept that has been growing in attention and adoption in recent years. But where does the industry stand when it comes to this innovation in training? Royal NLR wants to provide a platform for sharing and learning from various experiences, challenges and perspectives in EBT adoption in the industry. IT’S TIME FOR A GLOBAL EBT REVIEW AND WE NEED YOUR HELP! Why participate? * Share your insights and highlight topics of your own interest. * Help the community learn more about EBT and improve your own EBT program. * Be one of the first to receive a (free) copy of the 2020 Global EBT Review. Fill in the survey here before August 1, 2020 >>> With and for the industry The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) is a non-profit R&D organisation with a mission to drive innovation in aerospace. We strongly believe that EBT/CBTA is an essential part of reliable, safe and efficient operations in the future. In order to support the adoption of EBT, NLR is hosting this global survey to collect insights about EBT/CBTA adoption around the world – and to subsequently share these with you. Together, we can help improve the quality of pilots, their resilience and their professionalism, and drive innovation in training. Topics The survey will collect perspectives of operators running EBT, operators not (yet) running EBT, regulators overseeing EBT programs, as well as instructors and pilots engaged in various types of training programs including traditional, A(T)QP, Mixed-EBT and others. * Reasons for EBT adoption (or not) * Implementation best practices and pitfalls * Experienced differences * Oversight perspectives * Pilot and instructor perspectives 5 minutes of  your time = access to survey results As a participant, you will receive the results of the survey in your own (free) copy of the Global 2020 EBT/CBTA Review. The review will be completed around October 2020. Fill in the survey here >>> COPY THE LINK AND SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES: www.nlr.org/evidence-based-training/survey-2020/ Thank you for helping improve the aviation training industry! Edzard Boland, Frederik Mohrmann, Anneke Nabben, Michel Piers, Jeroen van Rooij, Jur Crijnen NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: ebt@nlr.nl © Royal NLR, 2020

EBT campaign #1-B

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe 2020 GLOBAL EBT REVIEW Dear business relation, we need your help! Evidence Based Training (EBT), a form of Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA), is a training concept that has been growing in attention and adoption in recent years. But where does the industry stand when it comes to this innovation in training? Royal NLR wants to provide a platform for sharing and learning from various experiences, challenges and perspectives in EBT adoption in the industry. IT’S TIME FOR A GLOBAL EBT REVIEW AND WE NEED YOUR HELP! Why participate? * Share your insights and highlight topics of your own interest. * Help the community learn more about EBT and improve your own EBT program. * Be one of the first to receive a (free) copy of the 2020 Global EBT Review. Fill in the survey here before August 1, 2020 >>> With and for the industry The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) is a non-profit R&D organisation with a mission to drive innovation in aerospace. We strongly believe that EBT/CBTA is an essential part of reliable, safe and efficient operations in the future. In order to support the adoption of EBT, NLR is hosting this global survey to collect insights about EBT/CBTA adoption around the world – and to subsequently share these with you. Together, we can help improve the quality of pilots, their resilience and their professionalism, and drive innovation in training. Topics The survey will collect perspectives of operators running EBT, operators not (yet) running EBT, regulators overseeing EBT programs, as well as instructors and pilots engaged in various types of training programs including traditional, A(T)QP, Mixed-EBT and others. * Reasons for EBT adoption (or not) * Implementation best practices and pitfalls * Experienced differences * Oversight perspectives * Pilot and instructor perspectives 5 minutes of  your time = access to survey results As a participant, you will receive the results of the survey in your own (free) copy of the Global 2020 EBT/CBTA Review. The review will be completed around October 2020. Fill in the survey here >>> COPY THE LINK AND SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES: www.nlr.org/evidence-based-training/survey-2020/ Thank you for helping improve the aviation training industry! Edzard Boland, Frederik Mohrmann, Anneke Nabben, Michel Piers, Jeroen van Rooij, Jur Crijnen NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: ebt@nlr.nl © Royal NLR, 2020

EBT campaign #1-A

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe 2020 GLOBAL EBT REVIEW Dear business relation, we need your help! Evidence Based Training (EBT), a form of Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA), is a training concept that has been growing in attention and adoption in recent years. But where does the industry stand when it comes to this innovation in training? Royal NLR wants to provide a platform for sharing and learning from various experiences, challenges and perspectives in EBT adoption in the industry. IT’S TIME FOR A GLOBAL EBT REVIEW AND WE NEED YOUR HELP! Why participate? * Share your insights and highlight topics of your own interest. * Help the community learn more about EBT and improve your own EBT program. * Be one of the first to receive a (free) copy of the 2020 Global EBT Review. Fill in the survey here before August 1, 2020 >>> With and for the industry The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) is a non-profit R&D organisation with a mission to drive innovation in aerospace. We strongly believe that EBT/CBTA is an essential part of reliable, safe and efficient operations in the future. In order to support the adoption of EBT, NLR is hosting this global survey to collect insights about EBT/CBTA adoption around the world – and to subsequently share these with you. Together, we can help improve the quality of pilots, their resilience and their professionalism, and drive innovation in training. Topics The survey will collect perspectives of operators running EBT, operators not (yet) running EBT, regulators overseeing EBT programs, as well as instructors and pilots engaged in various types of training programs including traditional, A(T)QP, Mixed-EBT and others. * Reasons for EBT adoption (or not) * Implementation best practices and pitfalls * Experienced differences * Oversight perspectives * Pilot and instructor perspectives 5 minutes of  your time = access to survey results As a participant, you will receive the results of the survey in your own (free) copy of the Global 2020 EBT/CBTA Review. The review will be completed around October 2020. Fill in the survey here >>> COPY THE LINK AND SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES: www.nlr.org/evidence-based-training/survey-2020/ Thank you for helping improve the aviation training industry! Edzard Boland, Frederik Mohrmann, Anneke Nabben, Michel Piers, Jeroen van Rooij, Jur Crijnen NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: ebt@nlr.nl © Royal NLR, 2020

EBT campaign #1

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe 2020 GLOBAL EBT REVIEW Dear business relation, we need your help! Evidence Based Training (EBT), a form of Competency Based Training and Assessment (CBTA), is a training concept that has been growing in attention and adoption in recent years. But where does the industry stand when it comes to this innovation in training? Royal NLR wants to provide a platform for sharing and learning from various experiences, challenges and perspectives in EBT adoption in the industry. IT’S TIME FOR A GLOBAL EBT REVIEW AND WE NEED YOUR HELP! Why participate? * Share your insights and highlight topics of your own interest. * Help the community learn more about EBT and improve your own EBT program. * Be one of the first to receive a (free) copy of the 2020 Global EBT Review. Fill in the survey here before August 1, 2020 >>> With and for the industry The Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre (NLR) is a non-profit R&D organisation with a mission to drive innovation in aerospace. We strongly believe that EBT/CBTA is an essential part of reliable, safe and efficient operations in the future. In order to support the adoption of EBT, NLR is hosting this global survey to collect insights about EBT/CBTA adoption around the world – and to subsequently share these with you. Together, we can help improve the quality of pilots, their resilience and their professionalism, and drive innovation in training. Topics The survey will collect perspectives of operators running EBT, operators not (yet) running EBT, regulators overseeing EBT programs, as well as instructors and pilots engaged in various types of training programs including traditional, A(T)QP, Mixed-EBT and others. * Reasons for EBT adoption (or not) * Implementation best practices and pitfalls * Experienced differences * Oversight perspectives * Pilot and instructor perspectives 5 minutes of  your time = access to survey results As a participant, you will receive the results of the survey in your own (free) copy of the Global 2020 EBT/CBTA Review. The review will be completed around October 2020. Fill in the survey here >>> COPY THE LINK AND SHARE WITH COLLEAGUES: www.nlr.org/evidence-based-training/survey-2020/ Thank you for helping improve the aviation training industry! Edzard Boland, Frederik Mohrmann, Anneke Nabben, Michel Piers, Jeroen van Rooij, Jur Crijnen NLR - Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: ebt@nlr.nl © Royal NLR, 2020

Celebrating NLR 100 years (2) (2)

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe [1] NLR 100 years [NLR Hybrid Electric Plane] Celebrating a century of knowledge and innovation in aerospace: Royal NLR 5 April 2019 marks the centenary of the Netherlands Aerospace Centre. Ever since its establishment in 1919, NLR has been an ambitious, knowledge-based organization with a deep-seated desire to keep innovating. Our knowledge and expertise have made us one of the driving forces in the aerospace sector, both in our own country and abroad. Our staff is searching tirelessly for new technology and have the courage to think outside the box, translating trends and developments into practical solutions. That drive is helping us to make the world of transport safer, greener, more efficient and more effective. IT IS THEREFORE WITH GREAT PRIDE THAT WE ANNOUNCE THAT AT OUR 100TH BIRTHDAY, HIS MAJESTY KING WILLEM-ALEXANDER OF THE NETHERLANDS HAS ACKNOWLEDGED NLR WITH THE ROYAL PREDICATE. WE ARE NOW ROYAL NLR. This highly prestigious recognition would not have been possible without our partners. Together, we can help shape the fascinating world of tomorrow. The future looks highly demanding yet fascinating and it will require even faster innovation and closer cooperation, with the right driving forces behind it. Royal NLR is devoting its knowledge and expertise to that future. We look forward to continue meeting and working together with you in this special year and beyond. On behalf of Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre and all of our staff, Michel Peters CEO [Anniversary stamp] A special gift for you On the occasion of our 100th birthday, we would like to treat you to a special jubilee postage stamp looking back on 100 years of NLR and Dutch aviation, together with KLM and GKN Fokker.  Click here [2] to receive your gift Knowledge powers the future Visit our NLR 100 YEARS [3] website, going back in time to the history of Royal NLR, some of our breakthrough milestones and find out what inspired our CEO, Michel Peters, ever since he was a child to enter the magical world of aerospace! [NLR milestones] Royal NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR [4]. For more information or questions: nlr100years@nlr.nl   © 2019 Links: ------ [1] http://www.nlr.org/ [2] https://www.nlr.org/aviation-stamps/ [3] https://www.nlr.org/nlr-100-years [4] https://www.nlr.org/industry

Celebrating NLR 100 years (2)

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe [1] NLR 100 years [NLR Hybrid Electric Plane] Celebrating a century of knowledge and innovation in aerospace: Royal NLR Dear {firstname} {lastname}, 5 April 2019 marks the centenary of the Netherlands Aerospace Centre. Ever since its establishment in 1919, NLR has been an ambitious, knowledge-based organization with a deep-seated desire to keep innovating. Our knowledge and expertise have made us one of the driving forces in the aerospace sector, both in our own country and abroad. Our staff is searching tirelessly for new technology and have the courage to think outside the box, translating trends and developments into practical solutions. That drive is helping us to make the world of transport safer, greener, more efficient and more effective. IT IS THEREFORE WITH GREAT PRIDE THAT WE ANNOUNCE THAT AT OUR 100TH BIRTHDAY, HIS MAJESTY KING WILLEM-ALEXANDER OF THE NETHERLANDS HAS ACKNOWLEDGED NLR WITH THE ROYAL PREDICATE. WE ARE NOW ROYAL NLR. This highly prestigious recognition would not have been possible without our partners. Together, we can help shape the fascinating world of tomorrow. The future looks highly demanding yet fascinating and it will require even faster innovation and closer cooperation, with the right driving forces behind it. Royal NLR is devoting its knowledge and expertise to that future. We look forward to continue meeting and working together with you in this special year and beyond. On behalf of Royal Netherlands Aerospace Centre and all of our staff, Michel Peters CEO [Jubileum Zegel] A special gift for you On the occasion of our 100th birthday, we would like to treat you to a special jubilee postage stamp looking back on 100 years of NLR and Dutch aviation, together with KLM and GKN Fokker.  Click here [2] to receive your gift Knowledge powers the future Visit our NLR 100 YEARS [3] website, going back in time to the history of Royal NLR, some of our breakthrough milestones and find out what inspired our CEO, Michel Peters, ever since he was a child to enter the magical world of aerospace! [NLR milestones] Royal NLR - Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR [4]. For more information or questions: nlr100years@nlr.nl   © 2019 Links: ------ [1] http://www.nlr.org/ [2] https://www.nlr.org/aviation-stamps/ [3] https://www.nlr.org/nlr-100-years [4] https://www.nlr.org/industry

Invitation: Meet & Greet NLR-Space Campus Noordwijk

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe INVITATION 13 February: Meet & Greet with NLR at Space Campus Noordwijk Informal opening new office NLR at Space Campus Noordwijk A new year has started with new opportunities. NLR will celebrate its 100th anniversary in April 2019 and we are about to open our new office at Space Campus Noordwijk. We are very excited about settling down in Noordwijk. This is a great opportunity for our team to get to know you and explore how we can face the challenges of innovation in space together. We have set up an interactive ‘Meet & Greet’ and would like to invite you to attend our informal opening. We look forward to meeting you at the Meet & Greet. Kind regards,  Mark van Venrooij, NLR, Division Director Aerospace Systems Program: Meet & Greet WEDNESDAY 13 FEBRUARY 15.00   Coffee/tea 15.15 WELCOME AND PRESENTATION ABOUT NLR -NETHERLANDS AEROSPACE CENTRE By Mr Mark van Venrooij, NLR Division Director of Aerospace Systems OPENING CEREMONY By the mayor of Noordwijk, Mrs Jon Hermans-Vloedbeld 15.50   MEET & GREET: INTERACTIVE SESSIONS 16.15  - 17.30  Drinks Location: NLR Noordwijk Huygensstraat 44, 2201 DK Noordwijk Limited parking is available at the NLR office (Huygensstraat 44) and the ATG office building (Huygensstraat 34) RSVP: 5 February We kindly request you to confirm your attendancy. CLICK HERE TO REGISTER For more information please contact Manja van den Berg: 088 - 511 3306 or [nlr_contact_inline email="manja.van.den.berg@nlr.nl"]manja.van.den.berg@nlr.nl[/nlr_contact_inline]

NLR Industry news, September 2018

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe Industry News, September 2018 Innovation now Why wait? The future is now. Innovative solutions that contribute to sustainable aerospace are needed now. Aircraft should be (more) electric and complex metal parts can already be printed 3D. Still, especially in aerospace, proper research, testing, validation and certification is needed before innovations can and should be implemented. But we're getting there! NLR opens new facility and announces new Living Lab Electric Flight NLR has opened research installations and offices covering 18.000 m² in the town of Marknesse as its new research facility. Together with PwC, NLR unveiled at the opening ceremony the electric Pipistrel Alpha Electro, which will be deployed as a research aircraft in NLRs new Living Lab for Electric Flight. Read more ... Higher power density for more electric aircraft Paving the way for more electric aircraft. NLR joined forces with Thales to test the ‘power diode die’ for their generators. Read more about DiDi-FaCt. READ MORE ... UAM for more effective emergency services NLR joined the Urban Air Mobility (UAM) Initiative, supported by the EU (EIP-SCC), to foster the effectiveness of its emergency services for public safety. READ MORE ... Thermal control made easier with 3D printing A new breakthrough in thermal control possibilities is the emergence of 3D metal printing. “In a discipline like thermal control, which relies heavily on tubing and pipes, being able to print metal is a godsend,” Van Es says. Read more ... High tech facilities also for SMEs The ACM3 Field Lab supports small- and medium-sized enterprises with the development of their innovations. This state-of-the-art field facility makes high-tech equipment available for the development of light-weight products. Read more... Meet NLR at ... NLR will be attending these conferences and exihibition in the coming months. We hope to welcome you at our booth. MRO Europe, 16-18 October, Amsterdam Meet NLR in hall 5 booth 10020 (Holland Pavilion). More information: [nlr_contact_inline email="tim.leeuwerink@nlr.nl"]tim.leeuwerink@nlr.nl[/nlr_contact_inline] NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: newsletter@nlr.nl © 2018  

NLR at the IAC 2018

View this email online | Forward | Unsubscribe Space newsletter - September 2018 Meet NLR at the IAC 2018! Every year scientists and organizations from all over the world come together at the annual International Astronautical Conference (IAC). This year, NLR will have a booth at the NL Space pavilion from 1-4 October in Bremen. If you plan to attend the IAC 2018, please make sure to visit us. If not, we hope you enjoy reading these space related projects. NLR BOOTH: HALL 5E 60 AT THE NL SPACE PAVILION Taking thermal control to new heights Thermal control is a significant discipline in any situation where electronics are subjected to a challenging environment like space or engines. NLR has a leadership position that extends even into space. Read more ... The bright future of satellites As history has shown, The Netherlands is a small country capable of great things. This also goes for shaping the future of small satellites, says Michel Keuning, Head of ISR & Space Utilization at NLR.  Read more... Join NLR at IAC 2018, 1-4 October, Bremen MORE INFO: [NLR_CONTACT_INLINE EMAIL="MAY.KERSTENS@NLR.NL"]MAY.KERSTENS@NLR.NL[/NLR_CONTACT_INLINE] Breakfast session 'Launchers' 2 October, 9.00-9.45, NL Space (Hall 5E 60) How to develop a small launcher with (a) SMILE 2 October, 14.45, L.Timmermans (CCB Lloydsaal) Novel concepts - SAR on-board processing with full floating point FFT-processing 3 October, 14.45, B-J Vollmuller (D3 theatre) Space vehicles: Mechanical, Thermal, Fluidic systems 4 October, 14.45, J. van Es (ÖVB2 theatre) NLR-Netherlands Aerospace Centre You received this email as a contact of NLR. For more information or questions: nlr.org/space or [nlr_contact_inline email="info@nrl.nl"]info@nrl.nl[/nlr_contact_inline] © 2018